The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 237, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 31, 1908 Page: 1 of 4
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O. K. Historical Socloiy
ASAIUHKO. CADDO COUNTY OKLA. SA'ITIUUY. OCTOBER Jjiv 100H
fircnt Oundrennical Battle ot
Ballots h Now Near at
Special to the Democrat.
Now York. Oot. 31. On noxt
Tuesday the Amerioan pooplo
will wago the quadrennial battle
of ballots and the result will
determine whioh of the two groat
parties will rule the deBtiny of
the Nation for the suoooeding
four yoarB. The oampaign now
rapidly noaring an ond haB beon
a remarkable one in many re-
apoot9 prinoipal among whioh
is the fact that personalities Of
the two presidential candidates
have really more to do with tho
probable results than anything
else. On Tuesday there will bo
oleotlons in forty-three states and
two territories Asido from tho
National ticket there are many
Btatos in whioh gubernatorial and
state tiokets are to bo voted upon
and in whioh looal ibbuos are to
bo determined. Governors and
other state officers are to bo eleo-
tod in twentynino states whilo
in the others minor state officials
or juBticeB of tho supreme court
are to be ohoflen. In seven
states only Congressmen will bo
Every state in the union exoopt
Oregon Vormont and Maine will
ohooBo Congressmen the three
oxooptions having already held
their Congressional elections.
They will only vote for presi
dential candidates in tho ooming
eleotion. In tho states of Geor
cia and Arkansas state officers
have been chosen leaying only
tho representatives in Congress
and the presidential candidates
to be voted for. Following the
election of next Tuesday the
various state legislatures will
ohooso thirty-one United States
Senators tho terms of that num-
ber expiring oh Maroh 3 1008.
The prohibition "party has
tiokets in twenty-one states
tho sooialista in twenty-seven
the Independence party in
eleven the sooialist labor in six
and the People's party in five
inoludingNobiaBka where they
have fused with the Demoorats
Following are the National tiok-
ets: Democratic William J. Bryan
Nebraska President; John W.
Kern) Indiana vice-president.
Republican William H. Taft
Ohio president; James 8. Sher-
man New York vioo-president.
Prohibition Eugene W. Chaf
in Illinois proeidont; Aaron 8
Watkins Ohio vice-prosident.
Socialist -ugene V. Debs
Indiana president; Benjamin
Hanford Now York vioe-preBi-dont.
People's Party Thomas E.
Watson Georgia president;
Samuel W. Williams Indiana
Independence Party Thomas
L. Hisgen Massaohupotta pros-
idont; John Temple Graves
Sooialist Labor Martin R.
Preston Nevada president;
Donald Munro Virginia vice-
president. August Gilhaus of New York
is aoting as tho proxy of Martin
Preston presidential candidate
on the Sooialist Labor tioket
owirtr to the faot that the latter
is in a jail in Nevada1 on a mur-
dor charge. ' '
m t ' f
K. of P. Preparing to enter
tain District Meeting
Tho looal lodge of KnightB of
Pythias is m iking preparations
for tho entertainment of tho dis-
trict convention for tho third
distriot which convenbs in Ana-
darko Dec. 10 and 11 the gath
ering being ono of tho most im-
portant in tho history of tho or-
der in tho stato as tho distriot is
a largo ono sixty lodgos to bo
represented at the coming gath-
ering in this city. There will bo
120 delegatoB and all of tho
irpAnil officers of the state. In
addition to those there will be a
large numbor of visiting lodge-
men from all over tho district it
being estimated that during tho
two days session Anadarko will
bo called on to entertain Borne
threo or" four hundred visitors.
An elaborate program of onter.
tainmont is being prepared for
tho oooaBion and all Who oomo
aro assured a good time.
State Taking Vigorous Steps
Against Anonymous Let
Mrs. Ben Popejoy's Recital
Mrs. Ben Popojoy gave a very
interesting and entertaining re-
oital at hor home on 3d and A
Btreet at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
Those present were the students
of kher music olass and their im-
mediate friends. About thirty
were present who enjoyed the
following well prepared appro-
Valse Venitienne (4 hds) Ringuet
La Faritasque - Conoone
Farewell' to the Piano-Beothovon
The Littlo Pages A. Gilia
Flying Doves (4 hds) Heins
LoiB and Neva Denny
Merry Games Frate
Ding Dong Bell Spaulding
Please Come and Play in My
Valse in E flat Durand
Charge of tho Uhlans Bohra
Kate Cleveland Lulu Gasper
Wedding of the Winds J. Hall
Lilao Galop Rosewig
Sweet By and By Stier
Wood NymphB Jean Faber
Olive Roonoy BeBBie West
Sing Robin Sing Spaulding
Gvnsy Dance (4 hds) G. Hunt
Lillian Hefloy Mrs. Popejoy
Evening Shadows Allen
Soarf Danoo ) Chami-
Voioes of the Morning J nado
Marsa'sin the Cold Cold Ground
(4 hdB) FOBter
Mary and JonnieGardnor
Light Heart Polka
These reoitals aro given quite
often by MrB. Popejoy and she
takes groat interest timo and
pleasure with the work fur the
pupils show the successful re-
Bulta by their enthusiasm in their
work this afternoon
Special to the Democrat.
Oklahoma City Okla. Oot. 31
That tho so-called Night Rid
ers of tho Red Rivor Cotton bolt
of Oklahoma will bo severely
dealt with should they attompt
any of tho dopredations so famil-
iar (0 tho people of Kentuoky and
Tennessee is dearly indicatod in
the attitude assumed by Gover-
nor Haskell tho state authorities
and tho state press.
For tho past few days tho
newspapers of tho state have al-
most unanimously oondemned
the outrages of those now ter-
rorists and appeals to the gov
ernment to provide adequate
protection to tho business inter-
ests whioh have been menaoed
have not fallen on deaf ears.
By tho beginning of tho next
week officers will be making
strenuous efforts to apprehend
tho band of anonymous writers
who have apparently broken out
in various ports of the now state
and those will bo vigorously
prosecuted. It is not likely that
the night rider situation in Ok
lahoma will reaoh the acute
stage it has already reaohed in
Kentuoky and Tennessee but the
officials propose to be on their
M ' '
When You Are Ready To
Choose Your Fall Suits
you are particularly iivitpd to .inako our clothing
room a call. You hav toexatnine several lines to
got posted to bo able to judgo which is tho best. We
do tho same thing in a larger way to keep up-to-date
All good dressers have tho ambition to wear the
best. Wo ask for a chanco
I'l )Uwt ' SO
iow superior Stein-Hloch and Sampeek
off your figure.
r I low much stylo is put in their mako-up; thoy aro
liiiu pioncois 01 mouern mgii grauo ciocnes aim aro
smll maintaining tho lead.
Theso goods in fit stylo and quality aro so supe-
rior that thoy have driven the merchant tailor out
of business except for irregular shaped figures.
Give Us a TryOn
We will not bore you to buy will not have to.
Prices $15.00 to $25.00.
Miss Lillian Murphy is visiting
friends in Lindeey today.
W. W. Vaugbn'went to Bridge
port on business today.
- Church Announcements '
Everybody not attending Sun-
day sohool elsewhere should
visit the Christian Sunday sohool
tomorrow. The' pastor's olaBs
of young people is going toward
the hundred mark by leaps and
Tomorrow wo will hava the
pleasure of a violin solo by Mas-
ter Nichols of ChiokaBha and
Miss Corinne Wade will reoite
"The Holy Cross" by Eugene
Rev. Niohols will preaoh in tho
morniflg on "The Two CrownB"
ana in ine evening will oegin a
series of dieoourseB on Jamea".
Those who have heard his mas
torful sermons on "Paul" should
hear these companion sermons
Mrs. W. W. Vaughn will sing
"Jesus Lover of my Soul" at
tho morning service.
M. E. CHURCH SOUTH
Preaohing at 11 a in. and 7:30
8unday sohool at 10 a m.
This is tho last sermon for tho
conference year. Let there be a
full attendance of tho member-
ship. A oordial invitation to all.
J. J. Methvin Pastor.
Tho suujeot for Sunday morn-
ing ia "Tho Greateet Problem
beforo tho People"
It is arranged that Mre. P. H.
Bodkin Lob AngeleB Calif. a
representative of the Woman's
Homo Missionary Soolety make
the address in in the evening.
There !b now oome question as to
her getting here in time We
are assured that if it is impos-
sible to oomo for Nov. 1 6he will
apeak Nov. 8.
Sunday sohool 10 a. m.
upwortn League 0:30 p. m.
A hearty welcome to all
F 13'Farringtqn PaBor.
- Roy Rookwell of -Chiokaaha
iE in the oity to visit friends over
A GREAT SHOE DEFT
at our place. When looking at suits
have Mr. Cargill show you the new
shoes. It will interest you
EDWIN CLAPP SHOES
$6.00 aad $7.00
$4 and $5.00
are the Two best makes sold. Wo can
fit all feet narrow or wide.shorbor long
to examine our new Fall Underwear
have a great assortment to pleaso tho
MEDIUM WEIGHT RIBBED
UNION SUITS THAT WILL FIT.
$1.00 1.50 2.00 2.50 3.00.
LIGHT WEIGHT FINE .WOOLENS
$1.50 2.00 2.50.
. Iiycui ro particular aljgut
Underwear 'be sure arid seo us.
The Fair Dep. Store
CAN'T GET HERE
Hon. Milton Bryan Will Not
Speak In Anadarko Tonight
Hon. Milton Bryan was an-
nounced to have spoken in Ana-
darko tonight hiB probably being
the last Democratic speaking of
tho oampaign but tms morning
the committee reoeived a tele
gram from tno Biaio ouuiuainoo
stating that it would bo impos-
sible for Mr. Bryan to reaoh this
oity tonight consequently tho
date has beon oanoelled
The History Club Entertains
Last night the History Club
gave their first sooial. and were
royally entertained by tho enter-
taining committee Micaea Reooe
Miller Wade and Monsell at tho
beautiful homo of Mies Hazel
Reeoe on Fourth and A. streets.
Tho parlors halls tho upBtairs
and ooliar were cheerfully lighted
with jack o lanterns and tho
guests were blindfolded by an
approaohing witoh and were led
to what soomod a bottomlesa pit
of mystery where the weeping
and wailing and howling of tho
many witohoswho revealed one's
future wero heard after whioh
the guests wero esoortod to tho
parlor where all were made ac
quainted and tho evening spent
in parlor gamos tho main feat-
ure being the ghost meeting
where at the oloso of thiB merry
meeting partnorsworoohoson for
refreshments after whioh all ex
pressed their ploasant evening
to Mr. and Mrs. Reeoe and host-
ess. There were about fifty
In Tlie Anadarko State
Bank are guaranteed
by the Depositors Guar-
anty j Fuond of the
State of Oklahoma.
THINK IT OVER
Anadarko Business Property
More and More in Demand
This morning tho Reooo
Aeonoy sold to C. A. Cleveland
of the U. S. Indian agenoy tho
J. L. Foley two Btory briok
building on Main street. This is
an extra good building and one
of tho boat looations in tho oity.
Consideration $4800 Mr Foley
has done a good liberal part in
building up Anadarko but sold
bis grocery stook and retired
from the mercantile business. .
Mr. Cleveland has not said just
what he will do but tho probabili
ty is that ho wlil soon open up
ono of the largest meroantilo
Btooks in the oity.
John Sheridan of Lawton and
Miss Lillian Hardwick of Ana-
darko wero united in marriage
Saturday afternoon at two
o'olook Judge Theo Oelke offi.
ciating. Mr. and Mra. Sheridan
ha7e bought property in Ana-
darko and will locato here in a
few days. Their many friends
wish them a long happy and
J. B. Jorkina will speak to tho
pooplo in Binger B. F. Holding
in Hinton today and both will
drive to Graoemont tonight and
deliver their messages tonight.
The Methvin Mission
The Woman's Missionary Ad-
vooato published by tho Wom-
an's board of foreign missions of
tho M. E. churoh south in its
November issuo referB to tho sale
of tho Anadarko mission prop
erty stating that tho price paid
by tho purohaser for tho prop-
erty was S45.000. The Advooato
states that the Methvin Mission
will bo sucoeeded by day sohoole
one or moro as rtiay be thought
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Roberts, A. S. The Daily Democrat. (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 7, No. 237, Ed. 1, Saturday, October 31, 1908, newspaper, October 31, 1908; (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc81629/m1/1/: accessed June 22, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.